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From the Publisher"Passionate, rigorous, and fundamental, this is a key part of Stiegler's urgent and vitally important diagnosis of our contemporary predicament."
Martin Crowley, University of Cambridge
"Stiegler's critique of political economy provides the theoretical resources to understand how technologies have reconstituted memory and subjectivity, renewing modes of domination and generating new forms of collectivity. In the midst of a crisis of Western neo-liberalism, this path-breaking book could not come at a more opportune time. Eat your heart out Slavoj Žižek!"
Scott Lash, Goldsmiths, University of London
"Stiegler's writings emerge as the real world antidote to the utopian and apocalyptic traces of post-politics in figures like the 'multitude,' 'biopolitics,' or Žižek's recent Christo-communist imaginary. He is one of the few contemporaries capable of addressing a new era whose epistemological mutations are just beginning to appear."
Tom Cohen, State University of New York